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... of lovely other treats. It was delicious! We rolled into bed later on feeling very full and content.
Boxing day we jumped on a bus to visit Valparaiso, the next town along, which is famed for its history, port and the colourful buildings all squashed onto the very steep hill sides. We took a city tour and met up with two other couples we originally met on the Peru Hop bus. It was great to explore the ...
... video footage, and several primary resources about the violation of human rights that occurred. After the museum, I went with my host mom and dad to a park called Parque Padre Hurtado. This park is huge! It had a little duck pond, a huge play ground, hundreds of little shelters for BBQs, lots of open space and grass, a train, and something called a "medialuna" which is where they have Chilean rodeos.
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... along with various Jacuzzi jets and water pouring pipes. I returned to the sauna which I had all to myself and spent time sweating out and cooling down in the lap of luxury.
A quick Pisco Sour later and we were on the bus heading to our next destination Valparaíso. Valparaíso is a port became prominent during the second half of the 19th century, when it was a stopover for ships traveling between the Atlantic and Pacific ...
... grow. Until the vines are 60 years old they aren't deep enough to reach the underground aquifers, vintners use wells and irrigation to water the grape. To resist frost the owner of the vineyard uses water which freezes on the vine and protects the grape.
Today we planned to head to another of Pablo Neruda's houses at a near by town of Isla Negra just south of Valparaiso. We caught the bus back to valparaiso main bus terminal and then the famous pullmanan down the coast which took around an hour and a half. Once there we headed too the house but were informed that we couldn't visit until 6 as it was fully booked all afternoon as there was a limit of people allowed in at one time. We decided ...